BID SOLICITATION FOR THE PROCUREMENT OF 4 TOYOTA HILUX VEHICLES


The Association for Reproductive and Family Health (ARFH) has received grants from Global Fund, part of which is for the procurement of four 2.7L petrol engine 4WD Toyota Hilux vehicles. ARFH, therefore request for separate quotation (RFQ) from accredited Toyota dealers for each of the following specifications, Basic automatic transmission and Shell spec and also registration of the vehicles.

Pre-qualification:

The RFQ documents should contain the following information:
  1. Full details of the company’s profile.
  2. Evidence of company incorporation with CAC.
  3. Evidence of execution of similar job(s) in the past.
  4. Evidence of Payment of taxes/Tax Identification Number
  5. Evidence to show accreditation as a licensed Toyota dealer

N/B:

Only the Vendors scoring from 70% and above in the Pre-qualification and also based in Abuja will be considered for the Finacial Bid Analysis.

Financial Bid/Price Quotes:

The least complaint price shall be selected after the financial bid analysis. You are expected to present your best quote inclusive of 5% WHT for the above mentioned brand because the least complaint price will be chosen.

Method of Submission:

The EOI documents should be submitted in a sealed envelope and marked on the top right corner with ‘HILUX VEHICLE’ and addressed to:

The Chairman, Procurement Committee
Association for Reproductive and Family Health (ARFH)
Millennium Builders Plaza,
Block C, 1st Floor, Plot 251 Cadastral Zone,
Adjacent to NNPC Tower,
Herbert Macaulay Way,
Central District Area, Abuja, FCT.

The successful bidder(s) shall be notified in writing and will be invited to sign an agreement with ARFH. Submissions must reach the above mentioned address within 21 days from the date of this advert.

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VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT


Association for Reproductive and Family Health (ARFH) is one of the leading Nigerian Non-Governmental Organizations implementing programs for improving Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH), Care and Treatment of HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis (TB) and Malaria, etc. We offer professionals, opportunities for career advancement, good working environment and competitive remuneration.
We seek applications from qualified persons for the following positions:

    ARFH is hereby seeking for qualified and experienced data management consultants who will be required to manage data entry into the National OVC Management Information System (NOMIS). The successful candidates will collect, review and enter all OVC paper based records into the electronic platform at CBO offices located in different geo-political zones of the country for an approximate period of 2 weeks.

    • Data entry Clerks (Consultants) for NOMIS database update- (Ref Number: DC-HIV-001-2015)
      Locations: FCT, Lagos, Ogun, Kano, Anambra, Abia, Akwa-Ibom, Bayelsa, Kaduna, Gombe, Benue and Bauchi.
      Reporting to: M&E Coordinator The specific tasks of the data entry clerks are:
      • Attend the Central training on the data collection methods using NOMIS
      • With the CBO focal person and the M&E officer, the data entry clerk will facilitate a desk review including collation, correction and updating of incomplete entries/records and transfer into the electronic platform
      • Facilitate the completion of NOMIS set up and installation for the respective Community based organizations
      • Provide on-the-job mentorship to the CBO M&E officers on use of NOMIS
      • Ensure complete entry of backlog of all available OVC data set from program records into NOMIS database
      • Provide regular and daily feedback on completed task via e-mail
      • Assist CBO M&E officer with real-time entry of OVC data into NOMIS database
      • Assist in the analysis of the OVC NOMIS data set and clean up/correction of incorrect and incomplete entries
      • Overall, ensure complete, accurate and quality of OVC data in NOMIS database
      • Carry out any other duties as may be required by the ARFH team.
        Deliverables
      • Completed NOMIS database for specific CBO
      • Mentorship report for CBO M&E staff
      • Activity report for NOMIS backlog data entry and analysis of OVC record
      • Fully completed timesheet and retirement forms. All advances must be adequately retired using approved retirement forms
        Skills required
      • Outstanding oral and written communications and editing skills, with proven ability to compile information coherently and succinctly;
      • Ability to facilitate interviews and focus group discussions among very different types of informants;
      • Previous experience in conducting electronic data entry and familiarity with NOMIS will be highly desired
      • Ability to demonstrate excellent research and fact-checking skills;
      • High attention to detail and ability to work under tight deadlines;
      • Cultural, gender, religion, race, nationality and age sensitivity and adaptability
      • Consistently approaches work with energy and a positive, constructive attitude.
      Qualifications:
      • Minimum of Diploma or BSc in Statistics or any other related field.
      • Relevant experience in data management with special reference to OVC and HIV related data set
      • Computer literacy and excellent hands on experience with Microsoft Office especially excel spreadsheets
      • Experience in working as a data clerk in a Donor Funded project is a must
      • Ability to work effectively in a multidisciplinary team with little or no supervision
      • Excellent report writing skills and fluency in spoken English language is an advantage
      Duration of the activity will be about 14 days. This includes the central level training, actual field work and analysis of data:

      METHOD OF APPLICATION
      NOTE: Applicants that are resident in the states of assignment will be given preference..
      Applicants should send their comprehensive Curriculum Vitae and cover letter ( in one MS Word Document) explaining suitability for the job on or before close of work on February-10th, 2015 to programs@arfh-ng.org. Applicants are advised to provide their functional e-mails and mobile phone numbers on their application, as well as professional referees. Please indicate the reference number and your place of residence on your application. Eligible female applicants are encouraged to apply. ARFH has a Child Safeguarding policy in place and is an equal opportunity employer (EOE).

       



        PHARMACY TECHNICIAN
        Location ‐‐ Ibadan.
        Specific Job/Responsibilities:
        • Manage day to day running of the dispensary of a community based outpatient clinic
        • Dispense drugs to patients, whether on prescription and over-the-counter
        • Maintain an up-to-date log of prescriptions dispensed
        • Verify prescription information and dosage
        • Provide drug related information, advising and educating client on proper usage of drug
        • Maintain pharmacy inventory by checking Pharmaceutical stock level weekly; ensuring First-in-First-Out (FIFO) system is strictly adhered to; anticipating needed medications and working with the Clinical Nursing Officer to place and expedite orders.
        • Maintain established policies and procedures concerning quality assurance, security of controlled substances, and disposal of hazardous waste drugs
        • Prepare reports for submission to the Clinical Nursing Officer
        • Manages appropriate data collection, such as client name, prescribed medication and cost, to maintain pharmacy files, charge system, and inventory
        • Perform weekly stock count.
        Qualifications:
        • Applicants must possess Pharmacy Technician Diploma of School of Hygiene or School of Health Technology
        • Must be registered with a relevant professional body
        • Ability to work independently, dynamic and resourceful
        • Ability to take initiative and be a good team player
        • Good writing, communication and social skills.
        • Ready and willing to work in a growing and dynamic environment
        • Required Experience ‐ 3 years
        Method of Application:

        Applicants should send their comprehensive Curriculum Vitae and cover letter ( in one MS Word Document) explaining suitability for the job on or before close of work on February-14th, 2015 to programs@arfh-ng.org. Applicants are advised to provide their functional e-mails and mobile phone numbers on their application, as well as professional referees.



        About the Program:

        The Global Fund Round 9 Phase II segment of the Community component relating to OVC, HBC and CSS service delivery areas in Nigeria is under the oversight of Association for Reproductive and Family Health (ARFH) which is hereafter referred to as the Principal Recipient (PR). ARFH seeks the services of experienced and committed individuals with experience in OVC and HBC interventions to work as state programme officers in managing grant implementation in four selected States. We seek applications from qualified candidates on a short term contract for the following position on our HIV Global Fund Grant.


        • State Program Officers (4 positions);
          Locations: Benue, Kaduna, Kano and Plateau States.
          About the Job
        Each States Program Officer will principally be responsible for supporting project implementation through oversight to OVC CBOs and support groups in the four states.
        Responsibilities: The Program Officers would be responsible for:
        • providing up to date information relating to current and emerging issues in OVC and HBC
        • developing innovative strategies to strengthen the effectiveness and quality of service provision in their areas of assigned responsibility
        • proactively and efficiently managing the implementation of the project activities within their states of assignment
        • Participating in development, management and review of program activities of CBOs & SGs
        • Ensuring data quality and transmission to the next level
        • Liaise with other GF partners in states of implementation
        • Monitoring and evaluating progress of initiatives in areas of responsibility.
        • This will involve undertaking periodic visits to program sites within the selected Local Government Areas and Wards in their states.
        • Achieving and maintaining an effective and efficient level of communication with their networks, other diseases and Program team in their states
        • Conducting advocacy to different stakeholders in the three diseases areas
        • Mentor and Support CBOs staff on organisation, financial and Monitoring & Evaluation.
        • Engage in other duties as may be assigned by the project coordinator
          Position Requirements
        • Bachelor's degree or its equivalent in a health-related discipline, or the social sciences with 2 - 3 years post-qualification experience in a non-governmental organisation
        • Good communication and community mobilisation skills
        • Resident in the states that they are applying to working in
        • Ready to and capable of working both independently and as part of a team
        • Ability to work with minimum supervision and exercise of sound judgement and flexibility to achieve agreed outcomes
        • Ability to communicate fluently in English and the local dialect(s) of the states and localities they would be working in.
        • Ability to use Microsoft Words, Excel and Power-point packages

        METHOD OF APPLICATION
        All Applicants should title their applications according to their preferred location/State, desired positions and their surnames, e.g. Benue – Program Officer – Musa Bola Obi.
        Applicants should send their comprehensive Curriculum Vitae and cover letter in ONLY one attachment (MSWord document) explaining suitability for the job; to programs@arfh-ng.org on/or before 4th February, 2015. Please indicate the title of post applied for in the subject line of the email. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. Applicants are advised to provide their functional emails/mobile phone numbers on the application letter as well as three professional referees. Candidates must provide functional e-mail addresses and telephone numbers of the referees. Eligible female applicants are encouraged to apply. ARFH has a Child Safeguarding policy in place and is an equal opportunity employer (EOE).

         


        BID SOLICITATION FOR THE PROCUREMENT OF 220 MEGAPHONES (PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEM FOR COMMUNITY OUTREACH)


        The Association for Reproductive and Family Health (ARFH) has received grants from Global Fund, part of which is for the procurement of 220 Megaphones (Public Address System) to be used for Community outreach in the GF HIV Project. ARFH, therefore request for separate quotation (RFQ) from Megaphone dealers for each of the following specifications as contained in ARFH's website ‐ http://www.arfh‐ng.org/careers.

        Pre‐qualification:

        The RFQ documents should contain the following information:
        1. Full details of the company's profile
        2. Evidence of company incorporation with CAC
        3. Evidence of execution of similar job(s) in the past
        4. Evidence of Payment of taxes/Tax Identification Number
        5. Evidence to show accreditation as a Megaphone dealer
        N/B: Only the Vendors scoring from 70% and above in the Pre‐qualification will be considered for the Financial Bid Analysis.

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Abuja: Millenium Builders Plaza, 1st Floor, Block C, Plot 251 Cadastral Zone, Herbert Macaulay Way, Central District Area, Abuja, Nigeria

Ibadan: ARFH HOUSE, Plot 815A, Army Officers' Mess Road, Near Ikolaba Grammar School, Agodi G.R.A., Ikolaba, Ibadan
P.O. Box 30259 Secretariat, Ibadan , Oyo State, Nigeria.

E-mail: arfh1989@fastmail.fm, info@arfh-ng.org

Telephone: +234-2-7515772 (Daytime)
Mobile: 08023542889, 07065964489
Web: www.arfh-ng.org